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Prayer in the Sayings Gospel Q

Ed. by Daniel A. Smith and Christoph Heil

[Das Gebet in der Logienquelle Q.]

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The earliest strands of the Jesus tradition, including the one attested by the Sayings Gospel Q, show a keen interest in prayer. In this volume, specialists in Hebrew Bible, early and rabbinic Judaism, and early Christianity contribute essays on a broad range of topics relevant to the Q materials on prayer.
The earliest strands of the Jesus tradition, including the one attested by the Sayings Gospel Q, show a keen interest in prayer. In this volume, specialists in Hebrew Bible, early and rabbinic Judaism, and early Christianity contribute essays on a broad range of topics relevant to the Q materials on prayer. Several contributors situate Q in its historical and religious context by relating it to other early Jewish texts and traditions concerning prayer. Others analyse Jesus' instructions on prayer in Q with respect to specific exegetical and interpretive questions, or track the reception of Q's materials on prayer in Matthew and Luke.
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Daniel A. Smith/Christoph Heil: Introduction – Irmtraud Fischer: Mehr reden über das Gebet als Beten: Eine Alttestamentlerin liest Gebetstexte in Q – Ursula Schattner-Rieser: The Lord's Prayer in the Context of Jewish-Aramaic Prayer Traditions in the Time of Jesus – Simon J. Joseph: The Promise of Providence and the Problem of the Parables: Revisiting Prayer in the Sayings Gospel Q – Karl-Heinrich Ostmeyer: Beten für und gegen Feinde – Catherine Hezser: Prayer in the Sayings Source Q and in Early Rabbinic Texts – Hildegard Scherer: Gott und die Feinde: Traditionen und neutestamentliche Vernetzung von Q 6,28 – Markus Tiwald: Gebet und Gottesreich: Gebetstexte aus Q im Vergleich mit den qumranischen Sabbatopferliedern – Michael Labahn: Identitätsstiftung durch Jesu Gebet: Q 10:21–24, Jesus und die Offenbarung an die Unmündigen – Giovanni B. Bazzana: Praying to God and the Kingdom: Q's Lord's Prayer in Its Rhetorical and Literary Context – John S. Kloppenborg: The Lord's Prayer and Debt Recovery: Insights from Graeco-Egyptian Papyri – Thomas Klampfl: Lukas 11,5–8: Freundschaft, Gastfreundschaft und ἀναίδεια – Niclas Förster: Die lukanische Rezeption der Gebetstexte in Q im Kontext des frühen Judentums und Christentums – Daniel A. Smith: The Influence of Q's Prayer Texts in Matthew
Authors/Editors

Daniel A. Smith Born 1963; 2001 PhD from the University of St. Michael's College, University of Toronto; since 2018 Clark and Mary Wright Professor of New Testament Theology, Huron University College.

Christoph Heil Born 1965; 1994 Dr. theol. from the University of Bonn; 2000 Habilitation from the University of Bamberg; since 2004 Professor for New Testament, since 2017 Dean of the Catholic Theological Faculty of the Karl-Franzens-University Graz.
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